September is National Organic Month. What better way for tea drinkers to celebrate than by drinking organic teas?
Tea is the perfect September beverage because if it is still hot where you live, as it is in places like California, you can drink it iced. If the chill of fall is in the air, as it is in some northern states, you can drink it hot.
Why organic teas? Because organic teas are free of chemical pesticides and herbicides and GMO's. They are the world's second healthiest beverage made even healthier by not allowing man-made toxins into your body while you drink it.
Luckily for readers of Tea Examiner, Choice Organic Teas, the original organic tea company, is offering a 10% discount this month on all 80 of their organic teas. This includes their loose-leaf teas, original organic teas, their Gourmet Line, and their new Wellness herbal teas that were created in partnership with Bastyr University.
Just go to Choice Organic Teas and use the promo code ORGANIC13. Hurry though, the promo only lasts until the end of September.
You might want to try their two 2012 North American Tea Championship winners. Choice Organic Teas' Genmaicha won first place for single-serve blended/flavored green teas in the 2012 Spring Hot Tea Class. Their Wild Forest Black Tea, plucked from the ancient tea trees of Southeast Asia, came in third for Single-origin black teas. Each is available in 16-teabag boxes for $4.99 a box.
Choice Organic Teas is also one of the sponsors of Washington Organic Week, Sept. 7-14, a statewide event celebrating and educating about organic foods and beverages. Readers living or visiting the state of Washington might like to consider the events planned for that week.
Organic Choice Teas is also a proud sponsor of the Northwest Tea Festival. The event runs Oct. 5-6 at the Fisher Pavilion in Seattle Center. This is an outstanding yearly tea event that takes place in Seattle. Unlike the World Tea Expo which is primarily a business to business event, the Northwest Tea Festival is geared towards the education and experience of tea drinkers.
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